Women face unique challenges when it comes to their super

To this day, men are retiring with more money than women. According to ASFA, more than 80% of women retire without enough super to fund a comfortable lifestyle. There are a number of factors that affect women's security in retirement.

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What we know about women and super

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1 in 3 women retire with no super at all.

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Women on average take 5 years out of the workforce to care for children or family, causing their super to stagnate.

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On average, women retire with nearly half as much super as men.

Super for Women - What you need to know

This short video goes through a few things you can do to make your super work for you.

Not sure if you’ll have enough to retire on?

Work out how much super you may have when you retire and what kind of income this could provide in your retirement years.

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What you can do to help improve your super

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Get your super together

More than one super account means more fees and less super savings for you. That's why it makes sense to keep your super together.

Combine your super
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Come to our free super for women seminar

Get a better understanding of financial matters and learn how to manage and grow your retirement savings.

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Career breaks and super

Look at the potential impact on super of taking a career break.

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Make super fair

We support Women in Super and their quest for a fairer super system for millions of Australians.

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Prepared by UniSuper Management Pty Ltd (ABN 91 006 961 799, AFSL 235 907) on behalf of UniSuper Limited (ABN 54 006 027 121, AFSL 492806) the trustee of UniSuper (ABN 91 385 943 850). This information is of a general nature only. Any advice has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or personal needs. Before making any decision in relation to the advice or the appropriateness of the advice in light of these factors, the relevant product disclosure statement (PDS) for your membership category and whether to consult a qualified financial adviser. For a copy of the PDS, call UniSuper on 1800 331 685 or go to unisuper.com.au